Age-defying banksia flower, Kakadu plum and native fragonia are on the spa menu at South Australia’s Southern Island Lodge, Kangaroo Island. Photo: Southern Island LodgeAge-defying banksia flower, Kakadu plum and native fragonia are on the spa menu at South Australia’s Southern Island Lodge, Kangaroo Island. Photo: Southern Island Lodge
Age-defying banksia flower, Kakadu plum and native fragonia are on the spa menu at South Australia’s Southern Island Lodge, Kangaroo Island. Photo: Southern Island Lodge

Forget aloe vera – in 2020, ethnobotany is all about Africa’s miracle marula, Amazonian camu camu berries and Australia’s age-defying banksia flower

The latest luxury spa treatments draw richly from indigenous ethnobotany ingredients native to Africa and the Amazon, employing the traditional wisdom of Aboriginal Australian and Native American tribal practices

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Age-defying banksia flower, Kakadu plum and native fragonia are on the spa menu at South Australia’s Southern Island Lodge, Kangaroo Island. Photo: Southern Island LodgeAge-defying banksia flower, Kakadu plum and native fragonia are on the spa menu at South Australia’s Southern Island Lodge, Kangaroo Island. Photo: Southern Island Lodge
Age-defying banksia flower, Kakadu plum and native fragonia are on the spa menu at South Australia’s Southern Island Lodge, Kangaroo Island. Photo: Southern Island Lodge
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